Category Archives: Personalities

Where are the Elders? Our young people need them – By Yvonne Sam

Where are the Elders? Our young people need them
– By Yvonne Sam

I have always been one who strives to speak the truth as it is and not refer to a spade as a garden tool rather than by its correct nomenclature a spade.

I know for a fact that the statements that follow may be a hard pill to swallow but then again pill taking is always a start to situational or conditional remediation. Looking at the recent spate of heinous crimes being committed by young people in Guyana I cannot help but join in the journey towards an answer. Our young people are in desperate need of leadership and for the elders to display guidance in order to navigate through life as it exists in present day Guyana.      Continue reading

Ex-Altar Servers & Guyana Mass Committee – Dance – Brooklyn NY – June 16. 2018

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GUYANA NEWS  – Demerara Waves – 18 April 2018 

GUYANA NEWS  – Demerara Waves – 18 April 2018 

New York-based Guyanese shot at West Demerara in 2016 found stabbed to death in Brooklyn apartment TO READ DETAILS, CLICK THIS LINK https://goo.gl/btPv59

Religious leaders uncover “massive” alleged irregularities in Guyana Police Force’s learner-driver’s exam TO READ DETAILS, CLICK THIS LINK https://goo.gl/RWXRHi

Occupational Safety and Health experts probing mercury poisoning of GGMC workers TO READ DETAILS, PLEASE CLICK THIS LINK https://goo.gl/1kJPf1

Guyana to update Occupational Safety and Health regulations in preparation for oil and gas TO READ DETAILS, PLEASE CLICK THIS LINK https://goo.gl/hVt2sm 

Woman who allegedly tried to smuggle marijuana-in-food to imprisoned husband charged TO READ DETAILS, PLEASE CLICK THIS LINK https://goo.gl/gznQbr 

Jagdeo to boycott anti-corruption walk organised by State Assets Recovery Agency TO READ  DETAILS, PLEASE CLICK THIS LINK https://goo.gl/EETxtS 

GUYANA PRESIDENTIAL THIRD TERM – By Verian Mentis-Barker

GUYANA PRESIDENTIAL THIRD TERM

By  Verian Mentis-Barker – -April 18, 2018 

To the extent that the Country’s Constitution was constructed on the platform of democracy…a concept referenced throughout its preamble, its body and its amendments …it is understood that there would be term limits to governance; otherwise Guyana would be a Dictatorship.

And in Guyana, to talk Constitution without its correlation to the politics of race would be a conversation that is inherently hypocritical, since race stands at the crossroads of identity and socio – political structure with difference framing inequality.

READ MORE: http://xpressblogg.com/guyana-presidential-third-term/

Opinion: Dystopia – By Mohamed Hamaludin

Dystopia – By Mohamed Hamaludin

Those who rule the world have created a hell on Earth for ordinary human beings

This column was first published in South Florida Times.

By MOHAMED Hamaludin

The world celebrated the landing of Neil Armstrong on the moon on July 20, 1969,  a milestone for the human race, but the significance lay more in what it promised.

This was to be the dawning of a technological age in which the scientific achievement of putting a man on the moon 238,855 miles in the sky would launch an era in which human beings are freed from the drudgery of work and live lives of leisure and creativity.    Continue reading

Cannabis: Antigua PM issues apology to Rastafari community

Cannabis: Antigua PM issues apology to Rastafari community

420- International Day of Cannabis

Antigua and Barbuda Prime Minister Gaston Browne says the prohibition of cannabis less than 100 years ago, was prompted not by altruistic motives or concern for the health or well-being of users, but to serve “the racist, political and economic interests’ of the then global powers.

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https://caribbeannewsservice.com/now/st-lucia-antigua-pm-issues-apology-to-rastafari-community/

Trump Opens a Pandora’s Box in Middle East – M K Bhadrakumar | Indian Punchline

Trump Opens a Pandora’s Box in Middle East

M K Bhadrakumar | Indian Punchline

There is no triumphalism in the USA, Britain or France over the missile strike in Syria on Friday

The mood is rather defensive. Indeed, evidence is still lacking on the alleged chemical attacks in Douma, which was the alibi for the missile strike. There are no tall claims, either, as regards the effectiveness of the missile strike in military terms.    Continue reading

Commonwealth Games -2018: Guyana’s Troy Doris strikes gold in triple jump

Guyana’s Troy Doris is elated after winning gold in the men’s triple jump at Carrara Stadium during the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast, Australia, Saturday, April 14, 2018. AP Photo/Dita Alangkara

Guyana’s Troy Doris strikes gold in triple jump

By Paul-Andre Walker April 14, 2018   Continue reading

Caribbean immigrants in the UK criminalised’ by ‘hostile’ government policy

Caribbean immigrants who came to UK decades ago ‘criminalised’ due to ‘hostile’ government policy

Ministers urged to act as Commonwealth citizens who arrived as children with ‘Windrush’ generation denied access to healthcare, losing jobs and even threatened with deportation

May Bulman – Social Affairs Correspondent | The Independent UK

Commonwealth citizens who have lived in Britain for decades after arriving as children are being made “destitute and stateless” due to the government’s hostile environment policies, politicians and diplomats are warning.    Continue reading

The Souls of Poor Folk: A National Call for Moral Revival – Rosaliene Bacchus

Three Worlds One Vision

Poor Peoples Campaign - A National Call for Moral Revival 2018
Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival
Photo Credit: Poor People’s Campaign

I’m finding it hard to stay abreast of all the upheaval triggered by our Twitter-in-Chief. His tweets and threats boggle my mind, create instability across our nation, and embolden our rivals and enemies overseas.

While our bombs turn the Middle East into rubble, people at the bottom rungs in America face their own hell. This month, the Institute for Policy Studies has published its empirical study, The Souls of Poor Folk, highlighting the complex issues that entangle our lives: systemic racism, persistent poverty, the war economy and militarism, and ecological devastation. Here are some of their key findings.

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